My 1st impression was a jaw drop.. This is where you see the Portuguese architecture at it's best.. Literally a square taken right out of Portugal.. From the colonial style buildings to the old world churches and in between where you place your feet.. The Portuguese sidewalk also known as Calcada Portuguesa in the beautiful wave pattern which you can see in many places around the world where the Portuguese laid roots.. From Copacabana in Rio to Goa in India.. The Senado Square is one of the most well preserved examples of this.
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